Chalk and Vermilion Fine Art

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Chalk and Vermilion Fine Art Opens

 

Chalk and Vermilion Fine Art Opens on the Penthouse Floor of South Coast Plaza, Debuts an Unparalleled Collection of 20th and 21st Century Masterworks

Exclusive Exhibitions include Unique and Original Works by Picasso, Warhol, Dalí and More

Pablo Picasso, Buste D'Homme, 1969 oil and acrylic on corrugated cardboard image size/ 39 X 19.5

Chalk & Vermilion Fine Art today proudly announced the opening of its first ever gallery, to be located on the exclusive penthouse floor of South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California.  Chalk & Vermilion will celebrate the occasion with a specially curated exhibition of the masters whose vision has shaped the world of fine art, featuring Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Salvador Dalí among others.

"Chalk & Vermilion is delighted to be able to offer clients of South Coast Plaza the opportunity to both admire and acquire museum quality fine art" stated Diane Goldman, President, Chalk & Vermilion. "Our exhibitions will exclusively showcase original works, sculptures, and graphics from the most known and respected artists."


Andy Warhol Van Heusen, 1985 (#356, Ads) 1985 acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas; signed and dated '85' on canvas overlap image size/ 22 x 22

Andy Warhol Van Heusen, 1985 (#356, Ads) 1985 acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas; signed and dated '85' on canvas overlap image size/ 22 x 22

Salvador Dalí, Sans Titre (scène méditerranéenne), 1945 1945 watercolor, brush, pen and red ink on paper laid down on card; signed and dated 'Gala Salvador Dalí 1945' image size/ 25.75 x 39.25

Salvador Dalí, Sans Titre (scène méditerranéenne), 1945 1945 watercolor, brush, pen and red ink on paper laid down on card; signed and dated 'Gala Salvador Dalí 1945' image size/ 25.75 x 39.25

Since 1978, Chalk & Vermilion has been connecting high-end art collectors to the finest artworks in the world. For over 40 years, it has been home to modern masters such as Picasso, Chagall, Warhol, Calder, Magritte, Basquiat, and Murakami. In addition, it has lent and exhibited over 200 masterworks, created by more than 30 different artists, to 30+ world-class museums around the globe…including the Louvre, the Pompidou, the Metropolitan, the Whitney, the National Gallery, the Tate, and the Hermitage.

 
Jordan Shelley